FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ohio State, University Glee Clubs
Will Present Combined Concert
Presenting a program of varied
music, the Univorsity and Ohio
State University Men's Glee Clubs
Will take the Hill Auditorium stage
at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow to give their
first combined concert.
Leading off the concert, the
Ohio State Glee Club, under the
direction of Prof. J. Norman Stai-
ger, will open the program with
Bach's "Oh, Rejoice, Ye Christians
Loudly" followed by "Ave Maria"
by Arcadelt and a Bach pEasant
cantata, "And Now 'Tis Time To
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SELECTIONS will be presented
by the Osugleecqs, the Ohio State
Following their renditions, the
whole club will take on a more
lively mood and sing "Ol' Joe
Clark" and "Tee Roo." A touch
of Broadway will come to Ann
Arbor as the club sings "There
is Nothing Like A Dame" from
South Pacific by Richard Rogers.
Concluding their portion of the
program, the group will present
;r "Campus Echoes" arranged by the
director and R. Heine.
AFTER intermission the Uni-
versity Men's Glee Club will take
A the stage. Characterized by di-
rector Prof. Philip A. Duey's abili-
ty as an arranger, the club will in-
clude many selections beside col-
lege songs in their program.
Beginning with "Laudes Atque
Carmina," their traditional
opening hymn for many years,
the program will continue with a
special arrangement by Prof.
Duey of Martin Luther',s "A
Mighty Fortress Is Our God."
A Handel selection, "Care
Selve," and Schubert's "The Om-
nipotence," with a tenor solo by
Toro Lester, will be followed by se-
lections by the Novelaires.
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ROBERT McGRATH, tenor, will
be featured in Rachmaninoff's "In
the Silence of Night," while
Arndt's "Nola" will Feature Fred
The Glee Club will also pre-
vent a touch of Broadway when
t features Russell Christopher,
baritone, with the club, singing
Frank Loesser's hit tune from
- Guys and Dolls, "Luck Be A
As the University Glee Club'sa
final selections, they will sing
"Songs of Michigan."
Concluding the program, -the
Glee Clubs will combine to §ing
their alma maters.
LAST MINUTE CHECK-Looking over the program for the com-
bined concert between the University and Ohio State University
Men's Glee Clubs to be held at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Audi-
torium, are Prof. Philip A. Duey, director of the club, Dick Ken-
nedy, business manager, Don Smith, publicity manager and Bob
McGrath, president. Tickets are still on sale at the Hill Audi-
torium box office.
Cranberry Ball To Feature
By RITA GEDROVICS
Turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie will await students as
they go home for Thanksgiving vacation, but before they leave there is
the last football game and various dances and parties to provide en-
Hal Singer's orchestra will play in a "fishy" atmosphere at the
Chi Omega "Aquamarine Ball" tonight.
Notes, musical instruments and blue silhouettes will set the scene
for the "Rhapsody in Blue" formal at Stockwell. Playing for this dance
will be Paul McDonough's Orchestra.
Informality and records will set the mood at the Fletcher Hall
dance and Kleinstueck House is also planning a combined record dance
with Adams house.
Dressed according to the style of the gay '20's, men of Huber
and their dates will attend the "Louie Sent Me" record dance.
Following a dinner at the Union, the Kappa Delta's will hold
their "White Rose" pledge formal in the Union Terrace Room. Play-
ing in a green and white setting, Johnny Harberd and his orchestra
will provide the music.
Members of the University bands are planning a hayride which
will be followed by their annual square dance at the Women's Ath-
Wishes of all sorts will come into the open as couples attend the
Alpha Delta Pi "My Ambition" costume party.
Students of the School of Pharmacy will sponsor an all-campus
square dance from 9 p.m. to midnight in the Michigan Room of the
League. Jerry Moon will call the usual favorites as well as some round
dances. Admission will be 50 cents per person.
Last of tonight's events will be a party given by the Alpha Phi
Alpha pledges for their big brothers.
Following the game tomorrow, Delta Gamma's are planning an
open house with entertainment. Delta Delta Delta's will hold a campus-
wide open-open house to show off their new addition.
Dressed in appropriate attire, Strauss men and their "sisters"
from Victor Vaughan, will have a square dance at the Fresh Air Camp.
Phi Alpha Kappa's are also planning a square dance.
German punch will be served at the Adelia Cheever German par-
ty. Further carrying out the international theme, Kappa Sigma's will
present an "around the world" party.
Simulating a night club in Paris, Wenley will put on the "L'Heure
Bleue" dance with Jim Van Brocklin's Band. The dance is open to ev-
eryone on campus, with an admission'of 50 cents per couple.
Skid-Row costumes and decorations will carry out the theme
of the Alpha Kappa Psi "Apache Party," while gambling is also
on tap for the Alpha Sigma Phi "Bingo Party."
Tau Delta Phi's are planning a barn dance, the "Shoo-less Shuf-
fle," and a barn dance will also provide entertainment for the Alpha
Centering around a Pilgrim's theme with log cabin decorations,
the Alpha Epsilon Pi's are planning a Thanksgiving party where pump-
kin pie and cold turkey will be included in the refreshments.
- Dancing and a staff skit will make up the Allen Rumsey "Cinema-
time" party. Some of the loudest sox will claim the attention of cou-
ples at the Gomberg "Sox-Hop."
Jim Gilmartin will provide mu-"~~ ~ -
sic for the Phi Chi dance while
the Phi Kappa Psi's will hold a
dance with "The Diplomats," and
Paul McDonough will play for the
Phi Kappa Tau party honoring
guests from Ohio State.
Previews of Union Opera songs
and music, as well as a nu.:a dance
routine by Audrey McIntyre, will
entertain couples attending "Cran-
berry Ball," to be held from 9 p m.
to 1 a.m. tomorrow in the Union
Highlighted by a Thanksgiving
theme complete with turkey and
pilgrims, the annual dance is open
to everyone on campus.
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cated in the
large turkey forming
for the bandstand to
and corn shocks lo-
hallway, the holiday
will prevail every-
SOPH CAB - There will be a
meeting of the Soph Cab costumes
and decorations committees at 3
p.m. today in the League. Room
numbers will be posted.
BASKETBALL CLUB - The
Basketball Club will meet at 4 p.m.
today at Barbour Gym.
MICHIFISH - All Michifish
members are requested to bring
S- definte ideas for music for the
group's forthcoming show at the
meeting to be held at 10 a.m. to-
morrow at Barbour Gym. Students
who have ordered the Canadian
synchronized swimming manuals
are requested to bring $1.50.
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HILLEL-Whether the Wolver-
ines win or lose Saturday, the Hil-
lel foundation will present an open
house from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
at the Hillel Building.
Even the programs will fall in
line with the theme, accenting a
humorous aspect. Activities of
the "Michigan Union Poultry
Market" will be described within
the red and white turkey covers.
Couples will dance to the music
of Paul McDonough, under a false
ceiling of crepe paper in fall colors.
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McDonough and his eight piece
group have planned a wide variety
of music, in the hope of satisfying
the taste of everyone attending
Among the tunes featured will
be "Its Me" and "I've Hai It
So Bad," both taken from thi
year's Union Opera.
Including piano, drums, saxa-
phone and clarinet in his group,
McDonough also uses trumpet,
t. mbone and bass. Two vocalists
are permanent members of the or-
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WITH McDONOUGH at the pi-
ano. the group is well known all
over campus, having played for
many all-campus dances. as well
as for fraternity and sorority func-
They have also been featured
at many high school -enior
proms in the area.
Although "Cra nb erry Ball,"
sponsored by the Union, is an in-
formal dance, "dressy" dresses and
heels will be in order for couples
On hand to help provide a per-
manent momento ofhthe evening.
will be a photograrher.
Open to everyone on campus,
tickets, priced at $1.50 per couple,
will be sold at the doer.
Included on the committee mak-
ing plans for the dance are Santo
Ponticello, Don McNaslght, Har-
vey Rutstein, Jack Whie and Pe-
Heads of Fortnite
Cite New Award
Members of the Fortnite central
committee have announced the
judges for the annual skitfest and
the addition of a new scholarship
cup for the annual event to be held
Judges of the skits will include
Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, Martha Hill,
president of Panhellenic, Sue
Riggs, president of the League,
Dick O'Shaugnessy, football cap-
tain this year, and Jay Strickland,
president of the Union.
Fortnite means not only skits
but recognition of scholarship
awards and this year a new schol-
arship cup will be awarded.
Each year Assembly Association
presents scholarship cups to houses
in three divisions, those houses
with 20 to 90 residents, those with
100 to 200 women and to the dor-
mitories with 200 and above wom-
The central committee of Fort-
nite has decided to add another
scholarship cup to the 100 to 200
women residences, because the
large concentration of houses falls
into this group.
Affected by this addition will be
all the houses in Alice Lloyd, Vic-
tor Vaughn, Betsy Barbour, Helen
Newberry, Prescott and Tyler in
East Quad and Chicago House in
Members of the Fortnite Central
committee include Judy Shagrin,
Sue Blau, Donna Wolcoff and Mil-
Playing for the Delta Upsi-
lon "Dixieland Party" will be the
Ann Arbor Alleycats and the
"Diminished Fifths" combo will
provide music for the combined
dance of the Delta Chi's and Phi
"Gridiron Capers" will carry out
the football theme for Phi Kappa
Sigma. Psi Omega's will attend a
masquerade party in "suppressed
Following the theme of an acad-
emy award gathering, Sigma Al-
pha Mu's will hold their "Opening
Night in Sammyland" dance with
music by Chuck Thomas and his
combo. Zeta Beta Tau's are plan-
ning a dressy dance at Hillel.
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